|Birth: ||Jun. 13, 1905, Poland|
|Death: ||Nov. 1, 1965|
New Castle County
Passenger record for arrivals at Ellis Island, NY.
Associated Passenger Date of Arrival Port of Departure Line # 0018 Page # 138
Napolski, Helene June 12, 1907 Bremen
Name: Napolski, Helene
Ethnicity: Germany, Polish
Place of residence: Linowitz, Germany
Date of arrival: 12 Jun 1907
Age on arrival: 2y
Marital status: S
Ship of travel: Kronprinz Wilhelm
Port of departure : Bremen, Germany
Helen never married and she did not have any children.
She never became a citizen of the United States. She owned a bar and a rooming house in Wilmington, DE.
Parents: John (Jan) Joseph Napolski and Maryanna P. Malecki Napolski.
Requiem Mass at St. Hedwig's Roman Catholic Church, Saturday, 6 November 1965, at 11:00 am. Celebrant: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Stanley Delikat; Rev. Gregory Piekos, Deacon; Rev. Edward Kaczarowski, Sub-Deacon.
Rosary led by Rt. Rev. Msgr. Stanley Delikat.
Pall bearers: Phillip Gropp, Edward Okoniewski, Robert Sliwkowski, Donald Napolski, Joseph Napolski, Sonny Napolski, Wayne Zeches, and Steven Barczewski.
Laid to rest at 12:00 pm on Saturday, 6 November 1965.
Newspaper clipping from November 1965 from Wilmington, DE. Name of paper, exact date of publication, and page of article are not listed.
NAPOLSKI - Suddenly, in this city, on November 1, 1965. Miss Helen Napolski, daughter of the late John and Mary Napolski, of 1004 Trenton Place. Aged 60 years. Relatives, friends, and members of Auxiliaries of which she was a member are invited to attend the funeral from the John F. Yasik Funeral Home, 607 S. Harrison Street, on Saturday morning, November 6, 1965, at 10 o'clock. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Hedwig's R.C. Church at 11 o'clock. Entombment St. Andrews Crypt, Queen of the Apostles Mausoleum, Cathedral Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday evening after 7.
Obituary. Newspaper clipping from November 1965 from Wilmington, DE. Name of paper, exact date of publication, and page of article are not listed.
Miss Helen Napolski.
Miss Helen Napolski , 60, 1004 Trenton Place, was pronounced dead at her home Monday by her family physician.
Daughter of the late John and Mary Napolski, Miss Napolski was born in Poland and came to the United States as an infant. She had lived in the Wilmington area all her life and attended schools here.
She had been employed most recently as housekeeper at St. Hedwig's Catholic Church rectory, 408 S. Harrison St.
She belonged to St. Hedwig's parish and was a member of the Polish Falcons Ladies Auxiliary, St. Stanislaus Auxiliary, and the Pulaski Legion Auxiliary.
Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. Anna Barczewski of Newark, DE; Mrs. Cecelia Sliwkowski of Bellemoor, DE; and Mrs. Jean Cudnick and Miss Dorothy Napolski, both of Wilmington, DE; and two brothers, Charles of Elsmere, DE, and Boles, of Wilmington, DE.
Solemn Requiem Mass will be offered at St. Hedwig's Church. Linden and Harrison Sts., on Saturday morning at 11, with entombment in the Crypt of St. Andrew, Queen of the Apostles Mausoleum, Cathedral Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Yasik Funeral Home, 607 S. Harrison St., Friday night.
John Joseph Napolski (1879 - 1927)
Maryanna Mary Pauline Malecki Napolski (1880 - 1954)
Helen M. Napolski (1905 - 1965)
Charles (Kasimir) J. Napolski (1907 - 1967)*
John J. Napolski (1909 - 1961)*
Anne Martha Napolski Barczewski (1910 - 2006)*
Boleslavas Boles Napolski (1912 - 1968)*
Cecelia Blanche Napolski Sliwkowski (1914 - 1997)*
Leon Napolski (1916 - 1917)*
Thaddeus J. Napolski (1917 - 1942)*
Virginia Florence Napolski Cudnick (1919 - 1994)*
Maus.-QA Area-S AND TR-3 CR-1
New Castle County
Plot: Crypt of St. Andrew, Queen of the Apostles Mausoleum
Created by: Susan Lewis Arday
Record added: May 23, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7480889